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Ibm thinkpad t22/windows xp

Every time i turn on my laptop, it goes to a blue screen that says lsass.exe system error/a write operation was attempted to volaume after it was dismounted.
can you please help me with this problem?

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Sassa virus

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Sounds like the Operating System is corrupt. I would re-format the hard drive and re-install the OS that should solve the problem. If not then the Hard drive needs to be replaced.

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Windows has detected a serious programming-error, and cannot continue to run. Turn your computer off. Turn your computer on.
The next time that you connect to the Internet, Windows will send the "dump" of your computer's memory to Microsoft, so that they can trouble-shoot the cause of the problem, and try to fix it.

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Sometimes the blue screen can be caused by bad memory, but if it is doing it right when you try to sign in every time, it is probably a software corruption in windows. I have solved this problem by doing a repair install of windows xp, I am not sure if is an option on other os, if you google it you will find directions, you boot off the windows install disk and this option saves your programs and data.

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Windows xp won`t boot up. Get error messages services.exe and Lsass.exe and screen goes black...thank you....


Unfortunately, Lsass.exe is the security policy manager for Windows XP. You only options will be to try and press F8, and choose "Last Known Good Configuration." If that doesn't work, you will need a Windows XP CD. Enter that into the drive and boot to the CD. Go to Repair (not Recover Console). This will rebuild Windows XP, and keep your data intact.

Good luck, and I hope this helps somewhat!

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Ibm t22 thinkpad laptop error 0175 crc1


Ok hm...

Sounds expensive, I'm afraid!

Here is IBM'smag-glass_10x10.gif explanation of the error codes.

What your machine is telling you is that a chip on your Motherboard is faulty and the only way to repair it is a new system board.

It is probably worth finding out how much IBM would charge you to repair it but I very much doubt you'd get much change from £500.

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IBM T22 Thinkpad won't boot up - not even in safe mode


either you have a virus or a corrupted dll file.
eitherway, beside create a bootable CD or Floppy disk, and try to fix from there, thats' time a money.
the next best thing, is to reinsall the operating system.
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Sorry, but no function key for this. This will most likely be a hard drive failure. Start by do a system repair with your recovery or operating system disc. If the repair doesn't take, then reformat the hard drive, using a full NTFS format not the quick, and install a new operating system. If the hard drive will not format, or you have any issues during or after the install, then the hard drive has failed and will need replaced.

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This solution is for s-k-i-t: you will have to get a copy of the win xp install disk to fix this problem (you can borrow one as long as you have a COA on your laptop) but first get into the BIOS by pressing F1 right after you turn it on - you'll see the prompt in lower left corner. Then go to startup>boot>hard drive>Enter. This will show you the type of hard drive. If it is a IBM or Hitachi less than 60 gig chances are it is failing and this is why the hives (where XP stores its memory states) are corrupt. You can download the "Ultimate boot disk" and make a CD that will let you run hard drive test tools. If the hard drive is bad I would try to get the eBay seller to make good - depends on how long you've had it.

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